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Enve M9 Carbon Bars

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Anyone that is familiar with Enve would know just how great their carbon products are and these Enve M9 Carbon Bars are a shining example of just how awesome a carbon handlebar can be. Aimed directly at downhill riders these bars come in two different rise options of 30mm or 50mm to ensure your preferred fit can be achieved. Designed for use with 31.8mm clamp stems these handlebars have a flex profile which offers the stiffness you need but not too much to make it uncomfortable. These handlebars feature an 8˚ sweep and 4˚ tip angle and come standard at 810mm width which can be cut down to a minimum 780mm.

To sweeten the deal you even get a complete decal sheet included with the handlebars to colour match your rig.

Specs: 30mm Rise
  • MaterialCarbon
  • Weight245g
  • Bar Width (Max)810mm
  • Bar Width (Min)780mm
  • Clamp Diameter31.8mm
  • Rise30mm
  • Sweep8 Degrees
  • Tip4 Degrees
  • Torque Spec: Face Plate5.5Nm
  • Torque Spec: Controls5.5Nm
Specs: 50mm Rise
  • MaterialCarbon
  • Weight265g
  • Bar Width (Max)810mm
  • Bar Width (Min)780mm
  • Clamp Diameter31.8mm
  • Rise50mm
  • Sweep8 Degrees
  • Tip4 Degrees
  • Torque Spec: Face Plate5.5Nm
  • Torque Spec: Controls5.5Nm
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31.8mm
30mm Rise
810mm
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Enve M9 Carbon BarsENVM9CBRS
Black - 31.8mm - 30mm Rise - 810mm300-1000-066

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